Call of Duty: WWII
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Daniels joins the fight in World War 2 in honour of his Elder Brother Paul who he failed to save in a Wolf Attack. In the first mission "D-Day" , Daniels goes to great lengths to save his friend Robert Zussman, who got wounded in a stab attack by a German Soldier. Thankfully, Zussman manages to recover from the wound. In the second mission "Operation Cobra", "Operation Cobra", when Tank Commander Perez makes a remark on the dead German Soldiers they see on their way to Marigny being barbecue, Daniels and Zussman remind him that they too are normal soldiers just like them. In the sixth mission "Collateral Damage", Daniels and his team find a group of German Civilians hiding in a bunker. Lieutenant Turner convinces Sergeant Pierson of his plan to lead the group to safety far from the warzone they're hiding in. In the eighth mission "Hill 493", after Lieutenant Joseph Turner is fatally wounded by a German Tank commander, he convinces his team to leave him behind, sacrificing himself to buy them time to retreat safely. In the tenth mission "Ambush", after Daniels fails to save Zussman from capture, he is comforted by Stiles and Aiello who tell him that it isn't his fault. Pierson in the twelfth and final mission "Epilogue" , is no longer The Neidermeyer he started off as, helping out Daniels in his search for Zussman. In the same mission, Daniels manages to bring Zussman back home right as he was to be executed by Metz. Later, Daniels reunites with his wife and newborn son, before puts his medal of honor on his brother's grave. He also names his aforementioned newborn son after his dead Commander, Lieutenant Turner.